The New Student's Reference Work/Morning Glory

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1779329The New Student's Reference Work — Morning Glory

Morning Glory (Ipomœa), a flowering plant, is common in North America and Europe. It is a vine, often growing to 10 feet in height. The leaves are large, numerous and well-fitted to form a shade for porches. They are roundish and heart-shaped. The flowers are funnel-form and commonly purplish; but there are varieties of almost every color. The seeds should be planted in a sunny place in ordinary garden soil.